1: ENERGY STORAGE
- Experiment 1: Perpetual Motion Holder: A potential Candidate for an Electromagnetic Flux Capacitance Device
Candidate Current Theory I. :The ‘PMH’, in its simplest testable form, is capable of storage of electrical energy input into the circuit by means of fluctuating that energy between being primarily electric to primarily magnetic, and vice versa. This energy is stored in this state by means of a pair of coils that simultaneously strengthen and resist each other, in an electrical and magnetic circuit.
Hypothesis a. If either the electrical circuit is broken, or the magnetic circuit is broken, then the energy which initially entered the circuit, exits the circuit at an equal value and in the same way in which it entered.
Hypothesis b. The amount of energy (in work) required to interrupt the resonant circuit is directly equal to the amount of energy within the circuit. thus;
i. if 1 (one) joule of electromagnetic energy were stored in the device, then it would require 1 (one) joule of energy (in work) to release the energy stored in the resonant circuit.
Hypothesis c. The device (‘PMH’), like a transformer, can saturate. As such, the maximum amount of energy the device can store as an electric and magnetic fluctuation is directly proportional to the properties of the coil and the core. Thus;
i. if the windings of coil A and coil B are increased, but each coil still is equal to the other, then the maximum electric energy, in volts, of the device will proportionally increase in relation to the magnetic field of the device.
ii. if the gauge or density of the material that constitutes the wire in both coils A & B is increased, but is equal in each coil, then the maximum electric current capacity in the device will increase in amperage in relation to the core mass, which proportionally increases maximum allowable wattage (thus limiting amperage).
iii. if the dimensions of the core are increased to scale(and the mass thus increasing along with it), the maximum magnetic field saturation of the device will proportionally increase.
2: Ionization, Plasma Generation & Plasma Compression
3: Electromagnetic Compression & Critical Mass
4: Electromagnetic Field Formation & Rotation
5: Electromagnetic Containment & Isolation
6: Neutron Generation
7: Neutron Containment & ‘Compression’
8: X-ray Generation
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9: X-ray Containment & ‘Compression’
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